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noun as in hard, often salted, baked wafer

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This flavorful dip is used for a vegan pizza or flatbreads, but it’ll be delicious for your favorite crudité or crackers, too.

I love the ease of both and will happily eat them again and again scooped onto lettuce leaves, in sandwiches or on crackers for a quick meal on a busy day.

Inside, an included bin separates drinks and ice from happy-hour goodies, like cheese and crackers.

Threatening the city with loss of these franchise fees is like waving a cracker to distract us from the buffet.

They’ll stick with tuna fish and crackers, among the few items she can afford at the supermarket.

From Fortune

David Lowery of Camper von Beethoven and Cracker made this case in a viral post from 2012.

Producers often tend to equate harder-hitting crime stories with a city setting – from Cracker and Prime Suspect to Luther.

Terry was headed to a Cracker Barrel to “think” when a car cut her off.

Chocolate melts, cotton candy disintegrates, graham-cracker walls separate, and gingerbread roofs eventually cave in.

In another short, the actress had to act like she was eating a doll head with a safety pin through it on a cracker.

And he himself brought her the golden-brown bouillon, in a dainty Sevres cup, with a flaky cracker or two on the saucer.

She vacantly hummed a fantastic tune as she poked at the wood embers on the hearth and munched a cracker.

There came a "pop" like an exploding fire-cracker, and a bullet whistled past Matt's ear.

And his name was "Cracker," because his birthday fell on the Fourth of July, when firecrackers were popping.

The move, although skilfully planned, was baffled by the quick wit of Robin the Crumb-cracker, the blacksmith's apprentice.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cracker, such as: biscuit, cookie, pretzel, bun, hardtack, and rusk.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.